abkashaTransitional Dining Room, Paris
Pet friendly space
This is a cubby hole created in the dining room for our cat where he eats and in a separate space behind, has his litter box. We access by opening the big door on the facade.
photo credit: a+b kasha
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Under Stairs9. Here’s a clever through-the-wall design (this photo and the next two) that keeps the litter box and food bowls out of sight behind a dining room wall. During their Paris apartment’s renovation, the architect-designers of A+B Kasha Designs discovered their new puppy was a bit too interested in the cat’s food and litter box, Alon Kasha says. So they incorporated the cat space under the staircase, building a door with a hole in it for their cat, named Pounce, to crawl through, and a perch for him to jump onto to get there.